Saraphi district records Thailand's first snowfall


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6 thoughts on “Saraphi district records Thailand's first snowfall

  1. I live in Saraphi and do not recall this happening, but if it did I think it is more likely to be the result of intervention by the KIng of Thailand. March is the hottest month of the year so snowfall would be impossible and it would melt before it reached the ground unless special circumstances were present. Because of the extreme dry weather conditions in March the King sometimes has aircraft spray chemicals into the atmosphere to create clouds that then become rainstorms. These cool down the temperatures considerably and also bring down the heavy pollution caused by fires from Burma and the nearby mountains.
    Under these circumstances it might have been possible for snow to have been created in some way and because of the colder weather immediately following the rainstorms, especially at night / early morning, I guess snow could have remained on the ground for a short while. I can't see how snow could have fallen given the extremely high temperatures at this time of year otherwise.

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